An Easy Vegetarian White Bean Soup Recipe With Pesto Topping

Technically, summer may not be over until late September but we’re stockpiling soup recipes for fall starting as soon as the day after Labor Day—and this simple bean soup recipe from Weekday Vegetarians is certainly on the list of perfect easy weeknight recipes for those first brisk autumnal days.

While the base protein-packed white bean soup is a star on its own, author Jenny Rosenstrach (of the blog Dinner: A Love Story) thinks there’s something special about the extras. “As with many soups, this one is about the add-ons,” she writes, “Serving it with the three suggested toppings (croutons,

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Amethyst Coffee leaves Lakeside, owners may sell business

Elle Taylor and Breezy Sanchez are burned out.

The co-owners of Amethyst Coffee closed their Lakeside location at 4999 W. 44th Ave. last month, and they’re considering selling the business as a whole.

“Breezy and I are feeling like Amethyst has run its course,” Taylor said. “Neither of our hearts are really in it anymore. Amethyst did some incredible things and proved what is possible and also the pitfalls of different choices, but it’s just time for both of us to move on.”

Amethyst has two remaining locations at 1111 Broadway in the Golden Triangle, which was the first to

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Best Copycat Starbucks Apple Crisp Macchiato Recipe

Apple Macchiato

(Pam’s Daily Dish)

Starbucks’ newest fall beverage is here! The Starbucks Apple Crisp Macchiato just made its debut last week and this recipe is for their hot version, although Starbucks does have a chilled version as well. September is here though and to me that means hot and steamy beverages for fall.

Related: Starbucks Just Released Their New Fall 2021 Drinks

What is an Apple Crisp Macchiato?

This hot Apple Crisp Macchiato tastes like warm apple pie in a mug, with your coffee or espresso mixed right in, with warm spices and brown sugar too. Now, I happen to make

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Nigel Slater’s recipe for beans, burrata and tomatoes | Food

A fry-up of sorts, beans and basil-scented tomatoes, with a soft and milky burrata to act as an impromptu dressing.

Flatten 3 cloves of garlic with a heavy knife, then peel away the skins. Warm 4 tbsp of olive oil in a wide, shallow-sided pan and add the garlic, letting it cook very briefly, just until it is fragrant. Drain a 400g can of cannellini beans, but don’t be tempted to rinse them.

Cut 350g of small tomatoes into quarters – cherry or small ridged varieties – pour a

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Capito, Manchin Announce $704k to Support Local Farmers, Encourage Healthy Food Purchases among Snap Participants

CHARLESTON, W.Va. – U.S. Senators Shelley Moore Capito (R-W.Va.) Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.), members of the Senate Appropriations Committee, today announced $650,000 from the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) to the West Virginia Food and Farm Coalition for the West Virginia Lettuce Support SNAP Stretch project. This funding is allocated through the Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act, 2021 and will work to incentivize and increase the purchase of fruits and vegetables among families participating in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP). The project also supports both local West Virginia farmers and families by allowing their SNAP dollars to

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Experts Predict This Fall’s Top Beverage Industry Trends

The last year has completely upended the drinks industry. Bars crumbled in favor of at-home drinking. Consumers drank more, or not at all, fueling a wave of non-alcoholic options. Hard seltzer rose, then fell, then paved the way for a whole slew creative RTDs. Sustainability continued to become a larger and larger part of the conversation, while a proliferation of online ordering options made it easier than ever to order booze.

So what’s to come? Experts predict the top beverage industry trends of the season, from what’s next for

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